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EghtesadOnline: The state of immigration does not differ much among social classes, indicating that the eagerness for immigration is widespread among all social groups and the country is entering the so-called phase of mass migration.

Immigration of the Iranian students and elite has accelerated significantly as a consequence of economic crises, sanctions, and unfavorable social and welfare conditions over the past decades. In recent years, however, not only the elite but also people from all other social classes and even startups have opted for leaving the country, Afshin Kolahi, a senior member of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture said in a write-up published in the chamber’s news outlet. Below is a translation of the text.

Acceptable rules and regulations aimed at supporting innovation economy and knowledge-based companies are in place and promulgated, which experts believe will go a long way if properly implemented. But sadly, the economic climate and business environment of the country affected by the overall policies of the government in different areas such as security, international relations and other economic sectors and even cultural and social policies incongruous with the living pattern of the majority of the middle class have dealt a heavy blow to the society, prodding more people into leaving the country.

According to the International Organization for Migration, up to 2.8 million Iranians immigrated in 2022, i.e., 3.3% of the total population. Immigration happens in all societies but when it comes to the immigration of the elite it becomes more controversial.

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